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A Wyoming Legislative committee is proposing a program similar to one used by Obamacare – the Affordable Care Act, to lower health insurance costs in Wyoming. The program would put a tax on health insurance plans and use the money raised to pay for a portion of high cost patient care. The net effect would be to lower insurance premiums, since the health insurance companies wouldn’t have to pay for the full amount of the care.
Should Wyoming adopt a program similar to Obamacare?
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An intense manhunt in France has turned up no sign of the gunman who killed at least three people in what’s being called a terror attack. The shooter opened fired near a Christmas market in Strasbourg on Tuesday. Police named a 29-year-old suspect who has been flagged for extremist ties. Roxana Saberi reports.

Rawlins Elementary School student brings a handgun to campus

By Ray K. Erku, Rawlins Times
RAWLINS – A Rawlins Elementary School student was apprehended by local authorities Tuesday after bringing a handgun to campus.

No shots were fired, and no one was hurt. The caliber of the weapon was not reported.  Click here for more

Wyoming Attorney General Declares ‘Skill Games’ Illegal Gambling

By Nick Learned, K2 News
CHEYENNE — Wyoming Attorney General Peter Michael has declared so-called “skill games” found in some establishments across the state to be illegal gambling devices.

“At the request of law enforcement officials, I was asked to evaluate whether the electronic games manufactured by Banilla Games are illegal under Wyoming law,” Michael said in a statement Tuesday. “These machines are illegal gambling devices under Wyoming law. Those who play them are engaged in gambling, which is a crime in Wyoming, and those who provide the games are engaged in professional gambling, which is also a crime in Wyoming.”  Click here for more

Spike strips used to stop man in Wyoming Highway chase

By Oil City
LANDER — A Flordia resident is in custody following a pursuit which took place Saturday, December 8th, 2018. The pursuit started north of Lander, Wyoming on Wyoming 789 in Fremont County, Wyoming.  Click here for more

Wyoming man fined $25k for shooting grizzly

By Associated Press
CODY — A 38-year-old Wyoming man has been fined $25,500 for killing a sow grizzly bear last year.

The Cody Enterprise reports that Brent Stalkup, of Casper, was ordered to pay the fine during a recent court appearance in Park County Circuit Court in Cody after he pleaded guilty.  Click here for more

Wyoming Housing Often Mismatched For Its Needs

By London Homer-Wambeam, Wyoming Public Media
STATEWIDE — The Wyoming Business Council has released a toolkit to help communities address housing needs in the state. The toolkit shows what types of housing communities should be investing in, in terms of variables like size and affordability.

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Splash Pad Press Conference on Wednesday, Dec. 12

Posted 12-11-18, Visit Cheyenne (CHEYENNE) - Visit Cheyenne and its economic development partners invite you to a Press Conference on Wednesday, December 12 at 4:30 pm in the lobby of the Cheyenne Depot (121 W. 15th Street). The subject is the proposed Depot Splash...

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Wyoming Arts Council Announces Public Art Call

Posted 12-11-18, Wyoming Arts Council (CASPER) - The Wyoming Arts Council announces that a new call for entry for public art is now open. The State of Wyoming is constructing a new office building in Casper that will house eight state agencies. Through the State of...

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In 2010, the federal government began offering tax credits to buyers of electric vehicles, as a way to spur their development. The tax credits are expiring, and major oil companies are asking Congress to let them die. However, General Motors and Tesla would like the program to continue.
Should the tax credits designed to help electric vehicle sales continue, or should they be allowed to expire?
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  • Man killed in blaze that ripped through Long...

    A man was killed in a raging fire that tore through a Long Island home Tuesday night, authorities said. The blaze erupted inside the Medford residence on Oregon Avenue at around 10:30 p.m., the Suffolk County Police Department said. The flames quickly overtook the four-bedroom home, causing part of […]

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  • Man Who Shot 3 Texas Cops Allegedly Threatened to...

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